This month at Lab Hours we tackled acronyms and abbreviations for Drupal sites. A seemingly tall order turns out to have a rather straight-forward recipe combining a Drupal module, taxonomy and some obscure HTML tags no one seemed to know existed.
I am so proud of the Twin Cities Drupal community for pulling off another fantastic DrupalCamp.
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In an effort contribute to Drupal while also making a living, we've spent the last 7 years refining a model for working with clients that is sustainable for both them and us. Our principal strategy is simple enough:
In this video we demonstrate how to create a simple, single-click donation form in Drupal using a recipe of three contributed modules:
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Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions have quickly become an integral and essential feature of the evolving Drupalcon format. The open BoF format provides a platform for participatory discussions and focused collaborative work sessions.
Late in the code sprint the last day of DrupalCON in Copenhagen, there was a lot of discussion going on about the upgrade path in Drupal 7. Questions of how to handle certain aspects of the process and prevent horrible flaming death when upgrading a site and its contrib modules.